If you’re a nature and wildlife lover, then an Alaska cruise could be the perfect holiday. There are loads to choose from, but we’ve found some of the best cruises for you. Ready to board a ship?
Tracy Arm Fjord Cruise – Celebrity Cruises
This seven-night adventure takes you around Alaska but gives you a small taste of other places too. Set sail from Seattle, Washington, and head on to Ketchican. You can explore the area and wildlife before sailing onto Tracy Arm Fjord to see the Sawyer Glacier. Juneau and Segway are also on the stop list, and the highlight of the trip is cruising along the Alaska Inside Passage. The trip will finish in Vancouver, so you’ll have the opportunity to explore Canada if you choose to. The price is reasonable at $1100 per person.
Hubbard Glacier Cruise – Celebrity Cruises
Start your seven night trip in Vancouver before sailing through the Inside Passage to the Icy Strait Point. You’ll go whale watching and enjoy the local culture. The Hubbard Glacier is the highlight of the trip and you’ll sail through the iceberg-filled waters. Juneau and Ketchikan are on the way, then you’ll return to Vancouver through the Inside Passage. The price is $1114 per person, and you’ll get to see some incredible sites.
Alaska Cruise – Disney
This four-night cruise can be found at Cruise Critic and is more targeted for families. The ship sets sail from Vancouver and takes you to Victoria. You’ll then spend two days sailing through the Alaskan ocean, enjoying the sites and seeing the wildlife. The trip ends in San Diego, which is the perfect place to continue your holiday. It’s a short trip but combines some fantastic cities with the beauty of Alaska. Prices start at $732.